Mr. Shortstuff And Big Joe Williams - Introducing Mr. Shortstuff (His 1st Recordings) FLAC album
Title: Introducing Mr. Shortstuff (His 1st Recordings)
Style: Chicago Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1486 mb
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WMA version ZIP size: 1735 mb
Other Formats: AC3 AA FLAC DTS MMF VOC APE
Issued in sleeve with hand-pasted covers. Catalog number "LP-1005" on sticker and center labels, "LP 1005" on cover.
Joseph Lee Williams, billed throughout his career as Big Joe Williams, was an American Delta blues guitarist, singer and songwriter, notable for the distinctive sound of his nine-string guitar. Performing over four decades, he recorded such songs as "Baby Please Don't Go", "Crawlin' King Snake" and "Peach Orchard Mama" for a variety of record labels, including Bluebird, Delmark, Okeh, Prestige and Vocalion.
Mr. Shortstuff - Introducing Mr. Shortstuff (His 1st Recordings) MP3 version. 1364 downloads at 32 mb/s. Mr. Shortstuff (His 1st Recordings) FLAC version. 1660 downloads at 31 mb/s. Download Mr. Shortstuff And Big Joe Williams - Introducing Mr. Shortstuff (His 1st Recordings) FREE. B6. –Big Joe Williams. Producer, Photography – Len Kunstadt. Vocals, Guitar – Big Joe Williams, Mr. Shortstuff. Issued in sleeve with hand-pasted covers. Shortstuff (His 1st Recordings) DOWNLOAD. Related music albums: Tom Williams Quintet - Introducing Tom Williams.
In studio record of this music release "Introducing Mr. Shortstuff - His 1st Recordings" attended those artists: Len Kunstadt (Producer, Photography), Big Joe Williams (Vocals, Guitar), Mr. Shortstuff (Vocals, Guitar), Watch now the music video John Wesley Macon, Big Joe Williams - Introducing Mr. Shortstuff - His 1st Recordings: USA FOR AFRICA - We Are The World - Rafael Casado Drummer. Galera, tenho um canal sobre a banda Queen. uploaded in HD at. Short Stuff Macon - Jack Don't Drink No Water + Short Stuff's Corrina Mr. Shortstuff - No Special Woman.
Big Joe Williams & Mr. Shortstuff source: Front cover of Folkways FT 1004 drawing by Craig Mierop. Introducing Mr. Shortstuff His 1st Recordings - I Want To Love (215) - Moanin (216) @ youtube - Didn't Know Right From Wrong (222) - Cotton Pickin' (217) - Old Grey Mule (213) - What Makes A Broke Man Sleep So Sound (231) - I Want A Little Bit (214) - Great Big Legs (218) - If You Can't Fly A Plane (226) - Don't Want (219) - No Special Woman. 220) @ youtube - Toledo To Buffalo (228) rec. May 23, 1964 in New York; John Wesley Macon, g, voc, Big Joe Williams, g, sp, voc front and back cover photographs by Len Kunstadt.
Mississippi's Big Joe Williams and His Nine-String Guitar (1962). Blues for Nine Strings (1963). Back to the Country (1964). The label also reissued recordings licensed from independent American record labels such as Arhoolie. In 1960, Dobell started a short-lived spin-off label, Folklore, which released albums by Steve Benbow, Dominic Behan, Dick Fariña and Eric Von Schmidt, and Cyril Davies and Alexis Korner, amongst others. Big Joe Turner – his style hardly changed at all between 1938's "Roll 'Em Pete", and 1954's "Shake, Rattle and Roll". Eddie "Cleanhead" Vinson, an unusual combination of blues shouter and bebop alto saxophone player.
Jean Knight could do no wrong in 1971, when the strutting "Mr. Big Stuff" was climbing the pop and R&B charts, well on its way to becoming one of the most familiar chart hits of all time. Her debut album, with its no-brainer title, featured a lot of good material on it, not all of it in the same vein as her hit. Producer/arranger Wardell Quezergue (he also appeared on keyboards) handled the record well, with a band consisting of Malaco hands like guitarist Jerry Puckett and drummer James Stroud.
Shortstuff has been played on NTS in shows including Mister Saturday Night, featured first on 14 December 2016. Songs played include Don't Want. Shortstuff has been played on NTS in shows including Mister Saturday Night, featured first on 14 December 2016. Original source Last.
|A1||–Mr. Shortstuff||I Want To Love|
|A3||–Big Joe Williams||Didn't Know Right From Wrong|
|A4||–Mr. Shortstuff||Cotton Pickin'|
|A5||–Mr. Shortstuff||Old Grey Mule|
|A6||–Big Joe Williams||What Makes A Broke Man Sleep So Sound|
|B1||–Mr. Shortstuff||I Want A Little Bit|
|B2||–Mr. Shortstuff||Great Big Legs|
|B3||–Big Joe Williams||If You Can't Fly A Plane|
|B4||–Mr. Shortstuff||Don't Want|
|B5||–Mr. Shortstuff||No Special Woman|
|B6||–Big Joe Williams||Toledo To Buffalo|
- Producer, Photography – Len Kunstadt
- Vocals, Guitar – Big Joe Williams, Mr. Shortstuff
NotesIssued in sleeve with hand-pasted covers.
Catalog number "LP-1005" on sticker and center labels, "LP 1005" on cover.